Ondo 2020: Akeredolu Storms Akoko Community As Jegede’s Convoy Is Attacked

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The Eyitayo Jegede Campaign Organisation
(EJCO) has accused the governor of Ondo state, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu and his campaign team of being the brain behind the attack on the convoy of the PDP candidate, Eyitayo Jegede.

Samuel Fasua, Head, Media Research, EJCO in a statement on Wednesday afternoon said no fewer than five people sustained injuries after the attack on their convoy in Oba, Akoko Southwest area of the state.

Read full statement below:

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PRESS STATEMENT

AKETI STORMS OBA-AKOKO, ATTACKS JEGEDE’S CAMPAIGN CONVOY

No fewer than five persons sustained varying degrees of injuries Today, Wednesday, September 16, 2020, when, quite unexpectedly, the convoy of Ondo State governor, Mr. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu stormed Oba-Akoko in Akoko South-West and started attacking the campaign team of Mr. Eyitayo Jegede, the PDP governorship flagbearer.

As at now, no fewer than three vehicles in the convoy of Jegede have been badly damaged, while Jegede himself is being held hostage inside the palace of the monarch of Oba-the Oloba, by gun-totting hoodlums suspected to be agents of the governor.

Curiously, Akeredolu was sighted inside the convoy while the attacks lasted, while police operatives in the location simply vascillated and looked on in the face of the orgies of madness.

In the last five days too, there have been series of attacks on PDP supporters in Aiyede-Ogbese community in Akure North LGA, leading to machete and gun attacks and the burning of at least two houses of PDP members.

These continued attacks on PDP members by Aketi’s political thugs and shock troops, are no doubt threatening the peace of our dear state.

We earnestly call on President Muhammadu Buhari and the Inspector-General of Police to urgently wade in, to save the lives of members of the public who are being prevented by the powers-that-be in Ondo State from belonging to political parties of their choice.

We are gravely oppressed, and are overwhelmed beyond words.

(E-signed)

Samuel Fasua,
Head, Media Research,
Eyitayo Jegede Campaign Organisation
(EJCO).

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